TRAFFIC LIGHT PARTY
Saturday, August 24, 2013 at 10:00 PM - Sunday, August 25, 2013 at 2:00 AM (CDT)
San Antonio, TX
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
When & Where
“Turtles are bright eyed, bushy tailed, fearless and unafraid folk with a fighter pilot attitude. They think clean, have lots of fun, and recognize the fact that you never get any place in life worthwhile unless you stick your neck out.”
The Ancient and Honorable Order of Turtles started as an informal "drinking club" between World War II pilots, self-described as "an honorable drinking fraternity composed of ladies and gentlemen of the highest morals and good character, who are never vulgar.“
Since then, turtle clubs have evolved to become more than just a drinking club. SayTown Snappers was founded by its President, Stephanie Gray, for the fun and enjoyment of its members, but with a charitable purpose. It is an co-ed organization for professional, social and charitable networking.
Every month the SayTown Snappers are involved in a major charity initiative, whether that’s feeding the homeless under the bridge, organizing health fairs, book fairs, voter registration drives, collecting toys, clothes and toiletries for those in need or whatever we see as a need in our community.
The initiation to become a “Turtle” is simple and fun. There is absolutely NO “HAZING” permitted. There is a one-time small initiation fee. Once you have been initiated you will gain all the rights and privileges as all the other brother and sister turtles across the nation. You will also gain access to the SayTown Snappers page on Facebook where you can keep up with the latest and greatest information going on within the group, advertise your business and also mingle in the pond.
The mission is not to acquire as many members as possible, but rather to acquire members that are ready and willing to be active members of OUR community and within our group.
If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a SayTown Snapper or just want more information, please contact one of our members.